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THE couEr. I UP to the 8th inst. the Court was held at Osborne. The Queen and the younger members of the Royal Family have enjoyed good health, and have taken their accustomed exercise both in walking and driv- ing. THE Prince and Princess of Wales paid a visit to her Majesty before the Royal Family left Osborne. HER MAJESTY, their Royal Highnesses Princess Helena, Princess Louise, and Prince Arthur, attended I Divine service at Osborne on Sunday msrning. The Rev. W. L. Onslow, chaplain to her Majesty's ship Racoon, officiated. THEIR Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales, and her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice, at- tended the service at Whippingham Church. HEK MA JESTY left Gosport on Tuesday to proceed to Germany in the Victoria and Albert yacht. It is an- ticipated that the Queen will disembark at Antwerp, whence her Majesty will proceed to visit the King of the Belgians, and will afterwards go to Coburg in order to inaugurate the late Prince Consort's memorial. HER MAJESTY is expected to return to Windsor about the 4th of September, after which a visit will be made to Balmoral. THE Dagmar, a cutter yacht, recently completeqfor his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales by Messrs. Harvey, of Wyvenhoe, near Colchester, is of 36 tons' burden. The dimensions of the Dagmar are:—Length on decks, 50ft. 6in.; main breadth, 13ft. 7in.; depth, 8ft. 4in.; draught of water, 8ft. 6in. The saloon is fitted with Spanish mahogany, walnut tree, and bird's eye maple. The ladies' cabin aft is superbly fitted with mirrors, couches, and spring cushions covered with crimson silk, &c. From the saloon forward on the starboard Bide is a commodious cabin for the captain, and on the opposite side is the pantry, with -cooking apparatus supplied by Messrs. Paskell and Atkey, of Cowes. The sails are by Lapthorn, of Gosport. The yacht, which will cost about £ 1,500, has been built in ten weeks. She has left Wyvenhoe for Osborne, Isle of Wight, in charge of Captain Potter, of East Donyland, Essex, with a crew from "Wyvenhoe and East Donyland. Their Royal High- nesses the Prince and Princess of Wales are in excel. lent health and spirits, and anticipate with much pleasure a trip in their new yacht.

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